Friday, October 01, 2010

Loves Pete Molianari.
Loves Pete Molianari.

Arrived in London on Tuesday. Met the folk at the Barbican who are now selling SUKI TEA next to their Monmouth coffee. Nice pairing up there. . . although there are other great coffee's available.

THE BLURB. . . . .
Barbican FoodhallVisit our bustling market place, with a cafe serving fresh Monmouth coffee , Suki Tea and mouthwatering international food. Barbican Foodhall will offer a brand new foodie experience. Offering an amazing selection of foods within a spectacular street food market the Barbican Foodhall overflows with stimulating and surprising ingredients, deli-tables, counter-top service, restaurant, a stunning ‘jar-delier’ light installation and book bank! Walk in past floor to ceiling displays of the finest produce – including juicy olives courtesy of Olives Et Al, organic oils from the world’s premiere producers, award winning cheeses, chutneys, relishes and pastas. There is also smoked salmon from one of the most prestigious producers in the UK, Severn & Wye Smokery and luxury confectionery from ‘best of British’ sweetie inventors, Hope & Green. Be tempted by an intriguing choice of food stalls selling marjoram infused mackerel, fennel, glazed damsons and goats cheese pie and New Orleans shrimp étouffée, all of which visitors can buy to eat in or to take away. The new restaurant seats 200 and is an ideal place to meet your friends in an informal, buzzing atmosphere where resident chefs will conjure up a different menu every day, depending on what makes their taste buds tingle that morning! Prices start from £7 for a main course. If a good cup of Monmouth coffee, spiced apple crumble slice and a flick through the latest novel is more your scene, then pop by the Book Bank to buy, borrow or bring back books.

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